I have a few questions about your cross-gender orientation and gender issues in Taïwan.
- Does it mean something special for you, to be the first transgender minister in the world ?- I read that you define yourself (on gender issues) as “post-gender” (post-genre), what do you mean by that ? - In a recent interview, you said it’s not just about becoming a girl but to be both a boy and a girl. Is this how you would you summarize your cross-gender orientation ? - How did you live your transition ? Did you make any surgeries ? - Do you understand that your appointment, as well as the election of a “gay-friendly” president, is a strong signal for the LGBT community in Taïwan ? - Do you intend, as a member of the government, to work on LGBT rights ? - In your opinion, what the taïwanese government can do to improve the situation on that matter in the country ?
Thank you very much for your answersBaptiste